US 1908 Pattern Canvas Leggings

US 1908 Pattern Canvas Leggings
The US Army adopted a new pattern of legging in 1908 that did not cover the shoe, and closed with a wraparound strap instead of laces.  This is an excellent reproduction.  More sizes are in development.
 
Our PriceUS$ 25.00
Code105115000
Stock23
Weight0.5
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